Weekly Weather March 19-25, 2011 - Atmospheric river on its way

Tuesday, March 29, 2011


Getting warmer, but still colder than this time last year.

Warmest and coldest days are based on average temperature of the entire day, starting at midnight. All other averages are based on the whole week. All weather data unless otherwise noted is sourced from Carl’s Shoreline Weather Station.

Warmest day: 49.9ºF (Thursday)
Coldest day: 42.2ºF (Sunday)
Rainiest day: 0.12 inches (Friday)

Average temperature: 44.9ºF
High temperature: 60.6ºF (Wednesday)
Low temperature: 33.8ºF (Wednesday)

Total rainfall: 0.16 inches

High humidity: 100%
Low humidity: 19% (Wednesday)
Average humidity: 73%

High pressure: 29.500 inches (Tuesday)
Low pressure: 28.880 inches (Thursday)
Average pressure: 29.143 inches

Weather Highlights:
Wednesday and Thursday had warm high temperatures, Wednesday at 60.6ºF and Thursday at 60.3ºF. However due to cold night time temperatures we still averaged low compared to this time last year.

Weather for the coming week:
  • Tuesday night through Thursday afternoon: A very strong atmospheric river (also known as the Pineapple Express) is going to effect the entire area, forecasters are expecting 1-4 inches of rain over the 48 hour period, making land and mud slides a concern. On top of that we may get a little wind, with the soil already as soggy as it is, with this added rain we may have some downed trees as a secondary concern.
Stay safe and watch for standing water this week on area roads, especially in construction zones.

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